Advance care planning is essential in ensuring that individuals receive the care they want and expect at the end of their life. The following is a list of eight advance care planning lessons: 1. Most Advance Directives Aren’t Worth the Paper They Are Written On Only a handful of adults create a health-care advance... 
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If you have a loved one with Alzheimer’s or other dementia, you may be apprehensive about bringing your family member with you when traveling. However, with a little bit of careful planning, you and your loved one can enjoy a safe trip. Before deciding on travel details, consider what would be best for the safety... 
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Medicaid expansion in Michigan has taken a slight pitstop, and will not take effect until late March or early April instead of Jan. 1. The senate sent HB 4714 to the House Tuesday morning, but failed to vote on granting the bill immediate effect. Senate Democrats pushed to call for a vote on immediate effect, but... 
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Lost War Records Again

// Sep 10th, 2013
Jim Fausone Veteran Disability Lawyer In every conflict, the records of the chaos of war become lost or destroyed.  This is as expected as multiple versions of success and failure in the field.  However, for veterans, the loss of records have the opportunity to damage their claims for veteran benefits. Will they... 
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Atlanta police are continuing an investigation into  a serious car accident that injured a 12 year old boy. The accident occurred in southwest Atlanta, near Centra Villa Drive and Venetian Drive when the boy ran into the street. While the exact circumstances surrounding the accident have not been reported, apparently... 
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Despite  the optimism of Senate passage of S.744 in June, 2013, as of early September 2013, time seems to be running out for House action and passage of comprehensive immigration reform this year.  Since June, the House has refused to take up and S.744 has insisted that it will draft its own immigration reform measures... 
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A wrongful death lawsuit has been filed in Illinois by the guardian of a girl whose father died in a disastrous train crash in Quebec. It is believed to be the first lawsuit filed in the U.S. over the July 6 train derailment in which 72 crude oil tankers exploded in the village of Lac-Megantic, killing nearly 50 people. Fanny... 
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There are two sections of a law that lays out benefits for U.S. veterans that the Obama administration will no longer enforce. In a rare decisions to stop enforcing enforcing federal laws, the President has directed the Executive Branch to cease enforcement of sections 101(3) and 1010(31) Title 38. (Related: Advance... 
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USAF AO Shame

// Sep 8th, 2013
Jim Fausone Veteran Disabilty Lawyer Those veterans who flew on C-123 airplanes dropped more than 10 million gallons of Agent Orange to destroy enemy cover and crops during the Vietnam War.  After the war between 1972 and 1982, about 1,500 men and women served aboard 34 C-123s that were previously deployed in Operation... 
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Read your health insurance policy lately? Bet the answer to that is no, and you would not be alone. Many Americans that do have health insurance do not read the contents of their health insurance policy. They simply rely on what they were told when they bought it. Fair enough and although no agent would deliberately... 
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